Several law enforcement agencies across New Jersey are searching for a Morristown woman who frequents Newark, East Orange, and Harlem; authorities announced earlier this week.
The woman, Imani Glover, 25, was reported missing by family and friends on Sunday. According to some reports, she was last seen on Wednesday at the Jimmy Jazz Shoe Store on West 125th St., in Harlem. However, other reports indicate she was last seen on December 31st at Newark’s Penn Station. Also missing is her partner and girlfriend, Destiny Owens, 29. The two women were last seen together on New Year’s Eve at the Newark train station.
According to the Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/blackandmissing/, Glover is 5 feet 4 inches and weighs between 135 and 150 pounds. With brown hair and brown eyes. Owens is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 130 pounds with dreadlocks and multiple tattoos.
In a recent interview with NJ.com, Tamika Owens, the mother of Destiny, said Glover and her daughter have been dating for two years, and neither had their cell phone with them. “I’m very worried and concerned,” she said. Owens described Glover and her daughter as “inseparable.” A rally for answers to the whereabouts of the two women was held on Thursday afternoon in Newark, with posters and flyers distributed.
Anyone with information regarding the location of the two women is asked to call the police division’s 24-hour Crime Stopper tip line at 1-877-695-8477.